A Meditation for Negative Energy

Why is a meditation for negative energy necessary for entrepreneurs?

A meditation for negative energy is essential for entrepreneurs because everything begins with energy- not just your health. It takes energy to manifest the things you hold dear, like your business.

Recently, I realized how many people are suffering the results of negative energy. It seems like a fantastic time to share a meditation for negative energy with you. 

Did you know you can transmute your negative energy into positive energy and use it to heal yourself?

Energy transmutation is the act of changing the valence of energy within the energy body- a part of our bodies that is both within and surrounding us. Typically, negative energy is changed into positive.

You do not need to be a shaman to transmute your energy, although shamanic training enhances shamans’ abilities to work with things like energy superiorly. So, let’s talk more about energy transmutation.

Identifying Negative Energy

The following are signs that your energy is negative:

  • Being overly critical of yourself or others
  • Lots of complaining
  • Poor health
  • Insomnia.
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Why would I want to transmute my energy?

There are plenty of reasons to transmute energy. One of which is to feel better- to heal. Since all disease starts within your energy centers (chakras), it makes sense that tending to your energy can improve your mental and physical well-being. This doesn’t mean you should cancel your next doctor’s appointment and replace it with meditation. If you are suffering from chronic disease or suspect you might be, keep that doctor’s appointment. What it does mean is that tending to your energy can lead to healing.

One example of energy healing is Reiki. Reiki Masters can use Reiki to heal all kinds of things. For that reason, I started learning Reiki and became certified as a Reiki Practitioner. Part of being a Reiki Practitioner is performing daily Reiki healings for myself. I have noticed a big difference in my back pain, and I believe that Reiki made my move from Texas to Washington much less stressful.

How Negative Energy Affects Your Health

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Negative energy and negative emotions go hand-in-hand. Both cause stress, which negatively affects your health. Hormone imbalances, ineffective immune systems, and even heart dysfunction can be caused by stress.

Thankfully, you can transmute your energy, regardless of any formal training. All you need is the know-how.

Why is a meditation for negative energy necessary for entrepreneurs?

A meditation for negative energy is essential for entrepreneurs because everything begins with energy- not just your health. It takes energy to manifest the things you hold dear, like your business. Your business is important to you, and part of that importance is because of the creativity involved. While you might not think your business is creative, if you had an idea and made it happen, you did so through creativity.

The type of energy you have determines:

  • Your level of creativity
  • How your day will go
  • If you will manifest the things you want
  • What happens to you
  • Your health
  • How you affect other people
  • And a multitude of different situations.

Now that you know that, you can see how transmuting your negative energy into higher energy can make a phenomenal difference in your business.

 The Science of Negative Energy

Sound like a bunch of woo-woo to you? It’s not. In fact, scientists termed the energy body “the biofield” and have investigated the frequencies. They found electric fields and magnetic pulses made by tissues and cells on the surface of human skin.

Some devices and techniques can be used to measure the frequencies, such as:

  • Magnetocardiography
  • Electrocardiograms
  • Magnetoencephalography
  • Electroencephalograms

Armed with this knowledge, you might be imagining all the possibilities attached to transmuting your energy- not just in your business but also in your personal life.

 But, before I get into the technique, I’d like to share a story of energy transmutation through meditation with you.

My Energy Transmutation Story

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I had a lot of negative energy surrounding me throughout my childhood and a large portion of my 20s and 30s. Thankfully, I came across the knowledge to change that. However, that doesn’t mean that I’m not often bombarded with an influx of negative energy and that sometimes I don’t let it in- unintentionally, of course.

I probably don’t have to tell you how worrisome moving can make a person. Until the last ten or so years, worry and anxiety were my typical mindset. So, of course, when my roommates and I found out that the house we had lined up before moving to Washington was no longer available, and we all had jobs set up, it caused me to suffer from massive anxiety. Where would we live?!

I went into my meditation space and meditated. Throughout my meditation, I imagined myself on the phone with someone, telling them all about my new life on the island, specifically that I “just loved my new house.” Then, I sat a bit in silence to let the amazing warmth and assurance I was receiving set in.

When my meditation was complete, I felt better. And things are now moving forward amazingly well. 

An Energy Transmutation Meditation

There are many ways to transmute your energy through meditation, but the following technique is one of my absolute favorites for changing my energy quickly and positively.

  1. Take your journal with you into your meditation space.
  2. Allow your feelings to wash over you, and write down how you feel. Pay attention to your emotional and physical sensations. They can give insight that leads to shortcuts to a fantastic experience with an Energy Transmutation Meditation.
  3. If you know why you’re feeling negative, write that down. If you don’t, spend some time journaling until you identify a thought you would like to focus upon improving. For example, you might be feeling nervous about the pandemic. If so, write that down.
  4. Once you’ve journaled and you’ve singled out what you want to transmute, start your meditation breathing and close your eyes.
  5. Breathe a few rounds, in and out.
  6. Imagine you are surrounded by a blue-and-white protective light.
  7. Optionally, you can ask Archangel Michael to protect you while you are in this spiritual state.
  8. Use an affirmation like, “The Violet Flame purifies and cleanses my mind, body, and soul.” Repeat it three times.
  9. Imagine you are sitting in front of a pink, violet, and purple bonfire.
  10. Feel the warmth coming from the fire that is here to transmute your problems into solutions and heal you.
  11. Imagine that you step into the fire, and it surrounds you- filling your thoughts and every cell of your body.
  12. Stand there, soaking up the beautiful purple, flickering flames. While you stand there, imagine the situation haunting you is turned around into a blessing. You might like to envision scenes like telling your mom about your new boyfriend and how you think he will propose or how you love your new job.
  13. Allow the positive feelings you will feel when the situation occurs in real life. Using the previous example, imagine the love you will feel for the new boyfriend (or job). Imagine the excitement you will feel when telling your mom and best friend about how you think he will propose. Really feel those feelings.
  14. Ask the Violet Flame to bless you and your loved ones and anyone else that is on your mind. A good example here is the fires on the West Coast. I have been asking the Violet Flame to bless those affected by the fires and heal the Earth.
  15. Don’t forget to thank God or the universe, or even the Violet Flame itself.

According to the Daily Om, closing with gratitude is especially important when invoking the Violet Flame because it is a powerful tool. The gratitude close provides closure for your meditation and ensures that you don’t remain connected to the flame throughout the day, possibly misusing it unconsciously.

This meditation is a powerful one for transformation. You can use it to heal physically, emotionally, and spiritually. After using it, you might feel the warmth of the flame on your face, reminding you that the Violet Flame has erased your troubles and transformed your negative energy into positive energy.

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Is this winning meditation technique for anger is the $#!+ or what?

Got anger issues? Try this meditation technique.
Meditation is a great way to reconnect with yourself and calm your body and mind. As a result, meditation comes with several benefits that are helpful to your emotional and physical well-being.
Unfortunately, many people believe that meditation takes up too much time and that they’re too busy to meditate. This is a myth.

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Meditation is a great way to reconnect with yourself and calm your body and mind. As a result, meditation comes with several benefits that are helpful to your emotional and physical well-being.

Unfortunately, many people believe that meditation takes up too much time and that they’re too busy to meditate. This is a myth.

Anyone, even the busiest people, can and should incorporate meditation into their daily routines to experience the full benefits of meditation.

In this blog post, you’ll learn:

  • What is meditation?
  • What is the history of meditation?
  • What are the categories of meditation?
  • How did I use meditation to fight my anger demons and win?
  • What’s a good meditation technique for anger management?

What is meditation?

Meditation is loosely defined as a practice used to both train attention and awareness and achieve mental clarity and emotional stability. The practice includes several techniques, such as breathing or moving, to achieve heightened attention and emotional stability.

Beyond this loose definition, many scholars have struggled to define the phenomenon more precisely. This is because meditation comes in several forms and is incorporated differently into religious and non-religious settings.

Let’s look at what meditation is more closely.

What is the history of meditation?

Meditation has been practiced since 1500 BCE. The earliest records of meditation are seen in the Hindu traditions of Vendantism, which is a form of Hinduism that still utilizes meditation today. Taoists developed other forms of early meditation in China and Buddhists in India.

Early Jews and Christians also tried meditative practices. Philo of Alexandria and Plotinus are two Jewish and Christian thinkers who specifically wrote about meditation around 20 BCE. Still, their views were not fully accepted into their respective religions until the Middle Ages.

During the Middle Ages, meditation became more integrated with Western religions, such as Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Lectio Divina, Kabbalistic practices, and Sufism are just three examples of meditation becoming more intertwined with Western religious faith during the Middle Ages.

At the same time, meditative practices were brought to Japan, where they further developed and were integrated into other forms of Buddhism.

It was not until the 19th century that meditation began to transform from a religious ritual to a non-spiritual and health-centered practice. This transition occurred whenever Asian meditation techniques spread to the West. Once they spread, Western meditators found alternative applications for meditation, causing the already difficult-to-define practice to be even more difficult to define.

Today, meditation is practiced in both spiritual and non-spiritual settings. People of Indian, East Asian, and Abrahamic faiths, for example, often practice spiritual meditation, while businesspeople and Yoga-class attendees often practice non-spiritual meditation.

In both scenarios, though, meditation is treated as a practice used to sharpen the brain’s ability to focus and add clarity and stability to the mind and emotions.

What are the categories of meditation?

Since the 19th century, meditation has been divided into two broad categories: focused (or concentrative) meditation and open monitoring (or mindfulness) meditation. Each category has its own benefits and applications.

Focused meditation is when you concentrate on a single thing. Paying attention to the breath, a feeling, a koan, or an affirmation are all concentrative meditation techniques. The benefit of this category is that it sharpens your mind and builds your ability to focus on a single thing.

Open monitoring meditation is when you are mindful of your state and surroundings. The benefit of this category is that you are brought to the present as your senses are sharpened and made aware of the conditions around you.

Some meditative practices use both concentrative meditation and open-monitoring meditation, though. Such practices include Vipassana and Samatha in their meditations.

It is important to emphasize that focused meditation and open monitoring are just categories of meditation. Within both categories, there are countless meditation styles and techniques.

What’s your goal with meditation?

How did I use meditation to fight my anger demons and win?

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When I first started meditating, I did it because I read about it in a program about the law of attraction and manifesting. I thought to myself, “Why not?”

At the time, I thought it was a great way to change things in my life, and I was right- just not how I thought it would.

It took a couple of years to really feel like I could say I was “meditating,” but I didn’t have support- no one I could ask about meditation for a while.

Did I learn to manifest things?

Yes. I. Did.

But that’s not what this is about- maybe in another post.

I used meditation for anger management.

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Through meditation, I was finally able to get control of my anger. That was one of my biggest issues. All the rest didn’t directly affect my loved ones or make me look like a lunatic in traffic. It was not controlling that anger that caused my family to feel like I was a monster. I needed to improve my reactions to unfavorable events. More importantly, I needed to get the yelling under control.

As time progressed, I started feeling better, and that’s my hope for anyone dealing with that fiery demon inside you called “anger,” that’s really eating away at your insides when you’re waiting for a phone call from an employee, that starts a roaring inferno because you missed two green lights because of people in front of you being on their phones.

I’ve been there. I remember how it felt- knowing that I yelled all the time. Screw being pleasant to be around. My kids told me I was downright scary. My employees would avoid giving me bad news because I was such a bitch.

But now, when I remember it, I can take a deep breath, exhale with a slow smile, and know that that’s not me.

So, if that’s you, please know that you are who I do this for- writing, I mean. I vow to deliver the info and techniques you need, so you can feel better.

With that in mind, I’ve got a fantastic technique to share with you today.


What’s a good meditation technique for anger management?

 According to Headspace, the first thing to do is learn to recognize when your anger pops up without letting it take you away. You know the feeling is there, but you don’t have to act on it. You can take a beat to process it and identify the root cause, so you can determine how to handle the situation in a calm way.

You must own your anger. Denial is your enemy when it comes to your emotions. It leads to loads of problems, only one of which is acting on it inappropriately.

Using a focused attention technique can bring clarity regarding the reason for the anger.

The technique.

  1. Have your meditation journal ready.
  2. Go to your meditation space and have a seat.
  3. Close your eyes and take a deep breath in through the nose and out through the mouth. You will likely notice you are breathing shallow and fast. That’s normal, and it is a signal you can use outside of meditation to identify your anger before it takes control.
  4. Imagine your breath turning into a hand.
  5. Tell it to wrap around the anger and pull it out.
  6. Then exhale and envision your “breath hand” is pulling the anger out like a magician would a long strand of handkerchiefs.
  7. Keep taking deep breaths until you feel that you are empty of the anger.
  8. With anger gone, you can see writing on the walls of your insides. It is the story of that anger.
  9. Sit with it and read it. It will tell you the reasons for your anger, starting with the surface-level reasons and ending with the deepest reasons.
  10. Once you’re done reading it, take a few more deep breaths.
  11. Open your eyes.
  12. Write what you felt and learned in your meditation journal. Take your time and write until the words stop pouring out of you.
  13. Afterward, notice how your breathing is different- more relaxed and slower.

To sum it up.

History shows meditation being used throughout the ages in a multitude of ways. Some people use it for spiritual reasons; others use it for health reasons. Still, others use it for enhanced cognition and clearing their mind. One way meditation can help busy entrepreneurs is through anger management. With many people depending on you and a huge workload, it is normal to feel angry and frustrated. What’s not normal is allowing anger to take control of your life. But you can regain control, just like I did, and I’ll support you in any way I can.

Let me know how you liked the meditation technique.


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